2012 – Present
Berg, Servaas van der
- “Towards defending a semantic theory of expression in art: revisiting Goodman,” South African Journal of Philosophy 31(3): 600-612, 2012.
- A Subtle Activism of the Heart. In L. Piper & L. Szabo-Jones (Eds.). Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Canadian Environments (65-78). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2015.
- Always Coming Home: Pioneering Ecological Social Sculpture and Sci-Arts Collaboration in Canada. The Goose: Journal of the Association for Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada. 12/13 2013, 56-62.
- Call and Response: Deep Aesthetics and the Heart of the World. In S. Bergmann, I. Blindow, & K. Ott (Eds.). Aesth/Ethics in Environmental Change: Hiking through the arts, ecology, religion and ethics of the environment (131-158). Berlin-Münster-Wien-Zürich-London: LIT Verlag, 2013.
- Cartographies sans Bornes (Maps without Borders). In S. Kirkvold (Ed.) Canada’s Raincoast at Risk: Art for an Oil Free Coast (148-149). Kirkvold, S., (Ed.) Sydney: Raincoast Conservation, 2012.
- Possible Worlds. In E. Monion & R. Ferry, Public Art of the Sustainable City: The Land Art Generator UAE / 2010 (16-19). Hong Kong: Page One, 2012.
- ‘Pritchard Revisionism and Warranted Assertability’. Acta Analytica 31 (4):439-454, 2016.
- ‘Knowledge’ and Quantifiers’. In The Routledge Companion to Epistemic Contextualism, ed. Jonathan Ichikawa, 2017.
- ‘Contrastivism’. Co-authored with Adam Morton. The Oxford Bibliography of Philosophy (online), 2017.
- Ransom, M., Fazelpour, S., & Mole, C. (2017). Attention in the predictive mind. Consciousness and Cognition, 47, 99-112.
- Fazelpour, S., & Thompson, E. (2015). The Kantian brain: brain dynamics from a neurophenomenological perspective. Current opinion in neurobiology, 31, 223-229.
- “Regretful Decisions and Climate Change.” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 48,2 (168-191), 2018 (Special Issue: Papers from the Roundtable on Philosophy of the Social Sciences, edited by David Henderson, Mark Risjord, Paul A. Roth, Margaret Schabas, Dan Steel, Stephen Turner, and Alison Wylie)
- With Anderson, A. K., & Todd, R. M. (2014). Tuning to the significant: neural and genetic processes underlying affective enhancement of visual perception and memory. Behavioural brain research, 259, 229-241.
- With Thompson, E. (2017). Hypnosis and Meditation: a neurophenomenological comparison. In Hypnosis and Meditation: Towards an Integrative Science of Conscious Planes, A. Raz and M. Lifshitz (editors), Ch. 6. Oxford University Press.
- Fox, K.C.R., Andrews-Hanna, J.R., Mills, C., Dixon, M.L., Markovic, J., Thompson, E., Christoff, K. (accepted with revisions). Affective neuroscience of undirected thought.
- Markovic, Jelena. (2010). Reductionism and Pre-Reflective Self-Awareness: Friends or Foes? Noesis.
- “Frauds, Posers and Sheep: A virtue theoretic solution to the acquaintance debate”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (forthcoming)
- With Fazelpour, S. & Mole, C. “Attention in the Predictive Mind” in Consciousness and Cognition, 2017.
- “Why Emotions Do Not Solve the Frame Problem” in V. C. Müller (Ed.), Fundamental Issues of Artificial Intelligence (Synthese Library). Berlin: Springer, 2016.
- Belief in Free Will as an Adaptive, Ungrounded Belief. Philosophical Psychology, 29, 1241-1252, 2017.
- (2018). “Painful Virtue, Marginalisation, and Resistance.” The Canadian Society for the Study of Practical Ethics / Société Canadienne Pour L’étude De L’éthique Appliquée – SCEEA 2: 78-91.
- Transformation emergence, enactive co-emergence, and the causal exclusion problem (In Philosophical Studies, July 2017, Volume 174, Issue 7, pp 1735–1748).
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